“There is something sad about a person who blindly sacrifices his life ‘for his country,’ for he is unaware of the real issues. If a person can grasp the truth about war, it can’t help but color his thinking on such issues as draft dodging. The name draft dodger suggests the evasion of a just debt or obligation. In reality, a draft dodger is either a person who rejects military service on religious or moral grounds—or plainly doesn’t want to allow himself to be killed. Any of those reasons should be good enough, and I don’t think that he should be persecuted or prosecuted.
A person who is willing to sacrifice his life ‘for his country’ is merely a dupe in the profit game of the military-industrial complex. A man who has the courage to stand up against such twisted idealism and refuse to be sacrificed for profiteers is no coward. My opinion of the draft dodger differs from the opinion of many of my peers, but then, my generation is probably one of the biggest collections of fools on record.”
Hancock discusses, among other ideas, the possibility that the ancients of remote antiquity understood and encoded into myth and architecture a process called the “precession of the equinoxes,” a subtle astronomical phenomenon that completes one cycle in about 26,000 years. Ancient Mysteries Video
“An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because no one will see it.” -Mahatma Gandhi
“I would know the whole of the truth and make preparation for it.” –Patrick Henry
My neighbor, Frank, and I were chatting outside his house the other day. He’s become well aware of my passion for researching and writing on issues which are reported on television, and how I often offer “outside-the-box” perspectives on both past and current events. He has never taken me up on any of my challenges to check out my sources, and, most of the time, we simply agree to disagree.
We both agree, however, that the movie “The Matrix” is still one of the best “sy-fy” movies ever made. Frank has watched it several times. So, on this day, I decided to use this movie as a metaphor while we discussed our usual array of topics. Recently, he has come to suspect that something isn’t quite right, that maybe we are being mislead on some topics like the economy, for example. He’s begun to worry about his 401k…if it will be there for him and his family. “That’s the thorn in the back of your mind,” I replied, quoting the character Morpheus in the movie. I left him thinking that maybe he’s right to be suspicious…
“The Yonaguni Monument is a massive underwater rock formation off the coast of Yonaguni, the southernmost of the Ryukyu Islands, in Japan. There is a debate about whether the site is completely natural, is a natural site that has been modified, or is a manmade artifact.The site is variably referred to as the “Yonaguni Underwater Formations” (与那国島海底地形, Yonaguni-jima Kaitei Chikei?) and the “Yonaguni Underwater Ruins” (与那国島海底遺跡, Yonaguni-jima Kaitei Iseki?) in Japanese.” (from Wikipedia)
New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison prosecuted the only legal case in the assassination of President John Kennedy. He lost, of course, because th CIA was protecting certain witnesses and permanently silencing others. Still, Garrison was able to secure enough historic information in the public record that we can now form reasonable conclusions about what happened. What is so amazing is that Garrison is telling us this in 1967!
It took other researchers thirty or more years to reach similar conclusions. At the time, most citizens were simply intellectually or emotionally incapable of comprehending even a fraction of the truth Garrison revealed, and as a population we remain far too passive and naïve.
Hitler recognized this convenient truth as “The Big Lie (Große Lüge). Yet only four years after JFK was conveniently disposed of by “The Secret Team” (see Col. Fletcher Prouty), Garrison had essentially solved the mystery of who did it and why. Paid detractors and their unpaid volunteers continue to insult Garrison’s memory with the constant trivial dickering over inconsequential details (see Gerald Posner), yet this is what now passes for political discourse in the United States.
The media fawns and toadies that catered to the military-industrial complex Eisenhower warned us about as he was leaving office really outdid themselves in their trashing of Jim Garrison, resorting to all sorts of dirty tricks, illegal or otherwise. Considering that those few of us who have examined the evidence have little trouble understanding the forces who killed JFK, RFK, MLK along with the acronymically unknown, it appears that much of their hush money was primarily wasted on fools.
Jim Garrrison was one American male with balls of brass. He knew the truth about what happened in Dallas on November 22, 1963, and he tried to make people understand it even as his life was being threatened. He’s what I would call a hero if I engaged in that sport. He didn’t just stand up for what he believed in; any fool can do that right or wrong. Garrison verified the facts behind him, which made his pronouncements even more threatening, yet he shouted them to the nation anyway!
WASHINGTON – President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law today. The statute contains a sweeping worldwide indefinite detention provision. While President Obama issued a signing statement saying he had “serious reservations” about the provisions, the statement only applies to how his administration would use the authorities granted by the NDAA, and would not affect how the law is interpreted by subsequent administrations. The White House had threatened to veto an earlier version of the NDAA, but reversed course shortly before Congress voted on the final bill.
Pioneering 9/11 activist and video producer Ken Jenkins has a degree in electrical engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University, and has done extensive postgraduate study in psychology.
He has worked as a video professional for over 40 years, including 7 years at Hewlett-Packard in their state-of-the-art broadcast video facility HPTV.
Ken completed awakening to 9/11 truth by November of 2001 and started presenting his PowerPoint and video productions on 9/11 truth in 2002. He has since spoken at six international 9/11 conferences and at numerous other 9/11 events and on many radio programs. His first video release, Perspective on 9/11 was originally made for the early live presentations. He has since produced dozens of 9/11 DVDs – nine with leading 9/11 Truth author David Ray Griffin, including 9/11–The Myth and the Reality. More recently he co-produced, directed and edited architect Richard Gage’s 9/11: Blueprint for Truthand SF Press ConferenceDVDs for AE911Truth.
Ken is also a founder of 9/11TV.org, which has documented speakers from many 9/11 conferences and events. The resulting DVDs, as well as those produced by others, are distributed in part through cable public access channels nationwide. He also helped co-found one of the first 9/11 local groups, The Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance, and co-produced many events with them, including, in March of 2004, the first major 9/11 conference, the San Francisco International Inquiry into 9/11.
He is currently working with Senator Mike Gravel on the Citizens’ 9/11 Commission Campaign. The goal is to create an independent, citizen based investigation, through state ballot initiatives.
By revealing the “false flag” nature of the 9/11 attacks, it is Ken’s intention to not only help end the current bogus “war on terror” but to also help open the way to ending war as a political option on this planet.
The Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File (SK) was an underground cultural phenomenon of the early 1970s. The document, by a then-unnamed author, purported to explain the relationship between the US government, the Mafia, Howard Hughes, and Aristotle Onassis, while providing believable scenarios of who killed John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
The SK was photocopied thousands of times (consider; this predated the digital age) and spread globally hand-to-hand. A few times it was rewritten and small changes were made. Some people would strike the “F” word and replace it with a softer term. Some would add or delete actual information that changed the story a little. In some cases the changes were suspect as if certain forces were interested in diverting people’s attention away from certain aspects.
In 2008 I met the author, Stephanie Caruana, who had worked with radio talk show host Mae Brussell in Monterey on a story about Howard Hughes and Onassis. She read hundreds of pages of notes from Bruce Roberts—the source of the SK’s information, and she eventually went to San Francisco to meet him. Caruana compiled the SK from Roberts’ notes and began distributing them with his approval at rallies and other events.
If the bulk of revelations in the SK are false, the author went to a lot of work and did a great job concocting a story for which she received no credit for 30 years. If true, the history may explain much about our current situation.
The nature of this information is such that most people have one of two reactions: they either read the entire 22 pages at a single sitting or drop it like a hot potato after one or two. A surprising amount of the information has been verified as accurate, which lends credence to other aspects of the file. Still, I don’t recommend blind acceptance of its message, just an open mind. Truth is often much stranger than fiction.